Integrate
e^(2x)cosx dx
I tried substitution, where u=2x, but then I am still left with an x value from cosx. I know how to integrate them separately, but now when they are multipled together... how should I go about integrating?
Integrate
e^(2x)cosx dx
I tried substitution, where u=2x, but then I am still left with an x value from cosx. I know how to integrate them separately, but now when they are multipled together... how should I go about integrating?